Mayflower Marathon

Mayflower Marathon

Bax & O’Brien’s annual Mayflower Marathon has come to an end for this year, and thanks to your help we were able to raise over $125,000 in food & cash for the Open Pantry!

Once again, the guys broadcast for 52 hours from the Basketball Hall Of Fame in downtown Springfield and were able to fill three, 48-foot trailers with non-perishable food donations thanks to your generosity!

Couldn’t make it down to the Hall of Fame? You can still give by clicking the “Donate” button below!
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Check out photos from the event here…

The Mayflower Marathon, from Rock 102 — Springfield’s Classic Rock!

Thanks to all of our sponsors:

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